1. Statement: Should all the annual examinations up to Std. V be abolished? Arguments: Yes. The young students should not be burdened with such examinations which hampers their natural growth. No. The students will not study seriously as they will get automatic promotion to the next class and this will affect them in future.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.29 am
    Clearly, neither the students can be burdened with studies at such a tender age, nor can they be left free to take studies casually, as this shall weaken their basic foundation. So, both the arguments follow.
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